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SENSE: Sensitivity encoding for fast MRI
K. Pruessmann, M. Weiger, M. Scheidegger, P. Boesiger
Mathematics, Medicine
Magnetic resonance in medicine
1 November 1999
TLDR
The problem of image reconstruction from sensitivity encoded data is formulated in a general fashion and solved for arbitrary coil configurations and k‐space sampling patterns and special attention is given to the currently most practical case, namely, sampling a common Cartesian grid with reduced density.Expand
4,824 Citations
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Alterations in the local myocardial motion pattern in patients suffering from pressure overload due to aortic stenosis.
M. Stuber, M. Scheidegger, +4 authors P. Boesiger
Medicine
Circulation

27 July 1999
TLDR
Torsional behavior as observed in pressure- and volume-overloaded hearts is consistent with current theoretical findings and may contribute to a tendency toward diastolic dysfunction in patients with aortic stenosis. Expand
379 Citations
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Cardiac rotation and relaxation in patients with aortic valve stenosis.
E. Nagel, M. Stuber, +4 authors O. Hess
MedicineEuropean heart journal
1 April 2000
TLDR
Left ventricular pressure overload hypertrophy is associated with a reduction in basal and an increase in apical rotation resulting in increased torsion of the ventricle.Expand
233 Citations
10
True myocardial motion tracking
S. Fischer, G. Mckinnon, M. Scheidegger, W. Prins, D. Meier, P. Boesiger
Computer Science, Medicine
Magnetic resonance in medicine
1 April 1994
TLDR
A new myocardial tagging technique is presented, which takes the through‐plane motion into consideration and can be accurately tracked within the entire heart period with a temporal resolution of 35 ms, even at a top basal level of the heart and right ventricle. Expand
156 Citations
8
Semiautomated method for noise reduction and background phase error correction in MR phase velocity data
P. Walker, G. Cranney, M. Scheidegger, G. Waseleski, G. Pohost, A. Yoganathan
Physics, Medicine
Journal of magnetic resonance imaging : JMRI
1 May 1993
TLDR
A semiauto‐mated method has been developed that substantially reduces both effects of background phase distortion and random noise in magnetic resonance (MR) phase velocity measurements. Expand
340 Citations
7
Hemodynamics in the carotid artery bifurcation: a comparison between numerical simulations and in vitro MRI measurements.
René M. Botnar, G. Rappitsch, M. Scheidegger, D. Liepsch, K. Perktold, P. Boesiger
Materials Science, Medicine
Journal of biomechanics
1 February 2000
TLDR
Qualitative comparison of the axial velocity patterns revealed no significant differences between simulations and in vitro measurements, and secondary flow patterns revealed some minor differences concerning the form of the vortices but maximum circumferential velocities were in the same range for both methods. Expand
187 Citations
7
Heart motion adapted cine phase‐contrast flow measurements through the aortic valve
S. Kozerke, M. Scheidegger, E. M. Pedersen, P. Boesiger
Physics, Medicine
Magnetic resonance in medicine
1 November 1999
TLDR
The proposed method provides flow measurements with correction for through‐plane motion perpendicular to the aortic root between the valvular annulus and the coronary ostia throughout the cardiac cycle.Expand
130 Citations
4
Pacemaker Reed Switch Behavior in 0.5, 1.5, and 3.0 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging Units: Are Reed Switches Always Closed in Strong Magnetic Fields?
R. Luechinger, F. Duru, Volkert A. Zeijlemaker, M. Scheidegger, P. Boesiger, R. Candinas
Medicine
Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE
1 October 2002
TLDR
The aim of this study was to investigate the state of a pacemaker reed switch in different orientations and positions in the main magnetic field of 0. Expand
112 Citations
4
Quantitative abdominal aortic flow measurements at controlled levels of ergometer exercise.
E. M. Pedersen, S. Kozerke, S. Ringgaard, M. Scheidegger, P. Boesiger
MedicineMagnetic resonance imaging
1 May 1999
TLDR
It was concluded that retrograde flow patterns in the abdominal aorta associated with oscillating wall shear stresses and development of atherosclerosis disappeared with increasing levels of exercise. Expand
54 Citations
4
Coil Sensitivity Encoding for Fast MRI
K. Pruessmann, M. Weiger, M. Scheidegger, P. Boesiger
INTRODUCTION As suggested earlier by various authors [1-5] the sensitivity of a receiver coil may be regarded as a modification of the harmonic encoding functions in Fourier imaging. According to… Expand
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